Wrapping up Kentucky –

What a fun time we have had here in Kentucky! We’ve seen Corvettes being built in Bowling Green (did we see yours?), walked where a young Abe Lincoln might have walked, looked inside of massive armored tanks and tasted the “flat beer” stage of bourbon making. We’ve seen the rolling hills surrounding the beautiful horse farms outside of Lexington and huge black barns drying tobacco. We’ve noticed that you’re as likely to see black horse fences as white. We’ve marveled at God’s interior creation at Mammoth Cave and His exterior creation at Natural Bridge (see the “Images” page for more details on that!) in the Daniel Boone State Forest. We’ve visited a couple of Walmart parking lots and stayed at some lovely campgrounds. (Right now we are at the Fort Boonesboro State Park – a great park whose winter rates are $10.00/night. Gotta love that!). We’re heading to Tennessee and then to North Carolina where we’ll be hooking up with family in Asheville over the weekend. Hopefully we’ll be able to get an internet connection soon so I can actually post these entries – the lovely hills (and valleys) of Kentucky have not been too conducive to cell phone reception! It’s a packing up and doing the laundry morning, but Gary just took a batch of brownies out of the oven, so it’s smelling pretty sweet here! The sun is shining and the day promises to bring new discoveries and adventures (once we get the laundry folded!).

2 thoughts on “Wrapping up Kentucky –”

  1. yum! brownies! were they for your birthday?

    i love reading about your travels and seeing the pictures. i know mom and dad are looking forward to seeing you in asheville.

  2. Cool! Thanks for the photos! I didn’t navigate to the newer comments right away… took me a moment to find my way around, so you can disregard a few stray comments you might find laying around! Glad to see you enjoying you’re dream. I remember you telling me abount your plans pactically the first time we met at HPI.. yes, a life-time ago. I’ll look forward to checking back from time to time to hear tell of your travels!

    God bless-


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